Chris Perry remembers every moment of his 1982 Stawell Gift victory but very little of the build-up.
The reason - he was asleep.
Yesterday Perry fondly recalled the bizarre circumstances behind the biggest race of his life.
"We were staying just up the road, only four doors down and my trainer Neil King said to go and have a bit of a lie down after the semi-final," he said.
Read the full story at the Herald Sun
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